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James Weaver, P.E.

Mr. James R. Weaver is an online PDH course provider of continuing education courses for professional engineers.

Mr. Weaver started Aeon Petroleum Consultants in 2018 with an extensive background in reserves estimation and evaluation, production optimization, and economic analysis. Weaver draws on his experience evaluating fields in the Permian and San Juan basins, south Texas, southeast New Mexico, the Mid-Continent, east Texas and Louisiana, the Rocky Mountains, Australia, China, Mexico, Peru, Canada, Russia, and the United Kingdom. Prior to Aeon, Weaver worked 16 years at DeGolyer and MacNaughton. His involvement in the petroleum industry, which began in 1979, has included private consulting as well as association with E&P independents, oil and gas banking firms, and the Amerada Hess Corporation in its Reserves and Joint Interests groups. Between the years 1995 and 2002, Weaver worked as a telecom engineer for WorldCom, MCI, and Ditech Communications.

Mr. Weaver has spent a significant amount of time evaluating tight gas sands, coal seam gas, shale gas, shale oil, CO2 source reservoirs, and helium recovery projects. Specific areas of interest for tight gas sands include the Piceance, Delaware, San Juan, Permian, and Green River Basins. Weaver has performed coal seam gas evaluations in the San Juan and Powder River Basins of the U.S., and the Surat, Bowen, and Cooper Basins of Australia. Weaver has carried out shale gas evaluations for several clients in the Eagle Ford and Escondido Shales in south Texas.

Mr. Weaver's petroleum engineering experience is wide ranging. For 2 years, he specialized in analyzing well logs. For the next 4 years, he performed reserves estimation and production analysis and managed infill drilling programs. During this time, he also screened reservoirs for enhanced recovery, including waterflood, CO2, and surfactant floods.

Mr. Weaver earned a B.S. degree in geology from the University of Tulsa in 1978 and a B.S. degree in petroleum engineering, also from the University of Tulsa, in 1979. Weaver is a registered engineer in the states of Texas (PE 117896) and Oklahoma (PE 13688) and is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Courses provided to by Mr. Weaver are as follows: